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Are Couples Skipping the Garter and Bouquet Toss?

If we’ve learned anything from the last two-and-a-half years, it’s that making your wedding special and tailored to you is non-negotiable. So regardless of what is happening in the world, your wedding should go your way! 

 

Before the pandemic, we didn’t see as much variety in wedding planning. Many couples stuck with traditional reception events and didn’t stray too far from the expected parts of a wedding. Post-pandemic, we see much more variety from our couples as they put together their dream day! 

 

So, has this worldwide interruption sparked a new confidence in couples to finally do things the way they want? 

 

While new trends have hit the wedding scene year after year, since 2020 we’ve seen an even more significant increase in the number of couples that are changing how things traditionally been done. One of the most evident changes is skipping the bouquet and garter toss! Instead, couples are opting for interactive games that they and their guests can participate in too. One of the most popular? The shoe game. In this battle between the newlyweds, the couple is asked a series of questions, and while back-to-back, they have to lift either their shoe or their partner’s shoe in response to the question. For example, the question may ask, “Who is the better driver?” Likely, the bride will say she is the better driver and the groom will say he is the better driver. Of course, the more the answers conflict, the funnier the game is for the audience to watch. Because this event includes the entire guest list and the newlyweds, it’s become more popular than the bouquet and garter toss over the last few years. 

 

Another fun trend we see is the table photo blitz. This allows the bride and groom to snag a photo with everyone at the wedding in just a few minutes! The DJ plays a song and the couple runs around to get a group photo with each table either before or after dinner, once plates have been cleared. The photographer follows them to each table to grab a shot of the group. This is both fun and a great way to ensure you don’t miss photos with anyone! 

 

Whether it’s newfound confidence or a desire to start new traditions, we love the variety and excitement our couples are bringing to their wedding ceremony and reception. While some may miss the traditional fight over the bridal bouquet, we love when guests engage with the bride and groom in whatever events they choose to include. So if you’re attending a wedding that is a little less traditional, be supportive and just enjoy being a part of the day!

 

Need to pick the perfect song to energize those games? Contact HD Entertainment today to learn how our all-female award-winning DJs can make your day memorable.

Your Wedding DJ: To Take Requests or Not Take Requests?

Your Wedding DJ: To Take Requests or Not Take Requests?

When hiring a DJ for an event, you may assume you have to fill out a playlist for the entire span of the event, but that’s not true. DJs will help create a playlist but will leave space for additions, and often, a DJ will allow you to decide whether or not to permit guests to request songs during the event. It’s not required, and it’s not uncommon for the hosts to choose to leave this option off the table. However, there may be a benefit to allowing your guests to take things into their own hands.

 

Requesting music that guests want to hear can help keep the party going. Maybe there is a fan favorite that hasn’t been played, and it’s just what everyone needed to get out on the dance floor. Or maybe everyone wants to see your cousin break down to a high school throwback! If you feel anxious about leaving the song choices up to your guests, you can always provide the DJ with a “do not play” list. This will allow you some control over the types of songs being played while still being flexible enough to give your guests a say!

 

Another idea is to leave a space on the RSVP for song requests. Then, as RSVPs come flooding in, you can take inventory of the requested songs and compile a list for your DJ. Keep in mind that only a few slow songs are necessary, so filter out some of those and stick with the upbeat music for a more lively evening! 

 

Allowing guests to provide music suggestions can offer additional fun and variety to an already great event. And your DJ will do everything in their power to engage with the audience, recognizing that sometimes it does take the crowd’s input to keep the party going. 

 

If you allow your guests to request songs, trust that your DJ can use their expertise to determine whether it will go over well with the crowd as a whole. Hiring a DJ who will understand your style and keep your evening on track is one of the most significant benefits of working with HD Entertainment. We take your suggestions to heart and create the best possible atmosphere for your big day! 

 

If you have any questions about our processes or booking information, check out our website at https://hdentertainmentdj.com!  

How Many Months in Advance Should I Book a Wedding DJ?

How Many Months in Advance Should I Book a Wedding DJ?

 

While there is no set rule on how early you should begin booking wedding vendors, we often go with the phrase “the sooner, the better!” The pandemic has only exemplified the trend for longer engagements. Couples are now taking an average of 18 months to 2 years to plan for their big day. Even though couples are waiting longer to get married, they often have plans set far in advance, so it’s best to start as soon as possible!

 

Most engaged couples begin booking between 9-12 months before the wedding. This means they’ve already researched and selected their top candidates. If you don’t have a vendor in mind, take a few weeks to compare options and make a list of your desired services/expectations. If you already have a DJ in mind, it’s still important to consider which packages and pricing fit your needs before reaching out for their availability. 

 

Another thing that may impact how far in advance to book a DJ is when you need one – the day of the week and month of the year will be a significant factor. Wedding season is considered April through October, and Saturdays during those months book much faster than other times of the year (or days of the week). If you’re planning a shorter engagement, consider a Friday wedding or choosing a month outside of that window. This is especially true if your top DJ pick is already booked for another time.

 

Finally, consider for how long you’ll need the DJ. DJs can book events that are shorter but may interfere with availability during the rest of the day. So if you’re looking for a DJ to run your ceremony and reception, it’s best to try to book further out. That way, they have an appropriate amount of time blocked off in their schedule.

 

Your wedding day should be exactly what you want it to be, and your DJ should want to do everything they can to help make it special, so be sure to choose a good one! 

 

Looking for a trusted and award-winning DJ? Contact HD Entertainment today to learn how we can make your wedding unforgettable!

 

How Much Does a Wedding DJ Cost?

How Much Does a Wedding DJ Cost?

 

When it comes to hiring a DJ for your wedding, there are several things to consider regarding what it might cost. As with any vendor, DJs will charge varying prices depending on the packages available and the client’s desired outcome. Most DJs are willing to modify packages to meet client expectations, but it may come with additional fees! As we go through a list of things to consider, take some time to jot down your thoughts, so you have a clear idea of what you want.

 

Though DJs don’t exactly work on an hourly salary, one of the most significant things to consider about the cost is the amount of time the DJ is needed. For example, when hiring a DJ for a wedding, it is likely cheaper to hire a DJ for just the reception instead of for the ceremony and reception. Knowing and understanding the timeline for the event will help you determine how long you will need a DJ and potentially help you save a significant amount of money. Be mindful of set up and tear down times, as well. While some DJs include this time in their packages, others don’t.

 

Many couples do not understand the planning many vendors, including DJs, put in before even arriving on site for the event. Playlists, final calls, suggestions for couples, selecting music with the couple, and many other things need to be factored into the time you’re paying for. It’s much more than a few hours on the wedding day!

 

Also, consider any odd-on services you might need. Everything from monogram lighting to dancing on a cloud will likely cost a little bit more than a basic package. While these enhancements bring a fun element to the party, they will increase your budget. If you already know these are non-negotiables for your event, plan a little extra wiggle room for your DJ costs!

 

And lastly, when you hire a DJ, one of the most worthy things to spend money on is their experience. Hiring a DJ with years of experience will not only ensure your party goes all night long it will also mean less worry on your end. Experienced DJs might cost more, but they have greater knowledge in troubleshooting things! Equipment malfunction? An experienced DJ can keep you and your guests from even realizing there’s a problem!

 

At HD Entertainment, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality, experienced DJs for any event! Check out our website for packages and DJ biographies to get to know us a little bit more!

 

Top Wedding Venues in the Harrisburg Area

Top Wedding Venues in the Harrisburg Area

 

It isn’t easy to choose just a few venues in the Harrisburg area to talk about. However, we’ve narrowed it down to a few that truly stand out with exceptional customer service and unique venue spaces. These venues also offer indoor and outdoor options and great views or exquisite indoor spaces. We hope this provides some insight and direction for those looking to book a wedding in the Harrisburg area. 

 

The Manor at Mountain View

The Manor at Mountain View has the perfect location in Harrisburg but still encompasses small-town rustic charm. The Manor truly caters to the bridal party and their guests in every way! The bridal suite includes a kitchenette and lounge area for the bridal party. In addition, the groom and his groomsmen have a tavern complete with gaming stations, foosball table, lounge, and dressing area. How perfect!

The outdoor wedding space features a three-tier pergola and Koi pond to highlight the serenity of an already gorgeous view! There is an option for an elegant indoor area if you’re looking to book in a colder season. If you want to extend the evening or party all weekend long, the Manor offers a yard games area with corn hole, yard Jenga and giant connect four-in-a-row, and a fire pit for s’mores. If you’re not convinced already, schedule a tour today to see it for yourself!

https://manoratmountainview.com 

 

Strock Enterprises

Located in Mechanicsburg, PA, Strock Enterprises offers a beautiful, rustic setting for a small to a medium-sized wedding. All venues were renovated to include the modern amenities you or your guests may need. Strock Enterprises specializes in charcoal-grilled specialty meats, so get ready to dig in! When you book your wedding with this team, they will go above and beyond to piece together the perfect mix of sides, platters, and desserts for you and your guests.

Couples that book with Strock also gain access to customized flower arrangements – from bridal bouquets and centerpieces to corsages and boutonnieres. Strock can help take care of it all! 

Strock features comfortable accommodations, home-style cooking, and exceptional hospitality from the very beginning! 

https://www.strockenterprises.net/the-catering-barn 

 

The Carlisle Vault

Down the road from Harrisburg is one of the most unique spaces we’ve had the honor to work in. The Carlisle Vault is an elegantly refurbished space. The 200-year-old bank provides a fantastic backdrop for a wedding ceremony or reception. 

How many other venues offer an original bank vault as a passageway to the reception hall? The massive floor-to-ceiling windows, balcony, and historic bank details around the bar will complete the look of your unique and perfect day! While the space is not made for larger weddings, it is truly exceptional and worth taking a tour of!

http://carlislevault.com/Weddings/ 

 

The Willis House

The Willis House in York, PA, is a lovely, rustic venue that we’ve visited often. It’s a little further from Harrisburg, but worth the mention! The event space features a pavilion that overlooks a pond on the property. There is a separate patio space for a cocktail hour, and the use of the bonfire is a fun option for a special and comforting feature on your big day.

Parking coordination is provided for the day of the event to add convenience for family and other guests. The Willis House also offers an option for on-site event coordination, which includes meetings to create schedules, set up decor, and manage rehearsals. 

http://historicwillishouse.com/contact/

 

Once you choose your fantastic space, you’ll need a DJ to help with everything from ceremony music to lighting to upbeat music that gets your guests dancing! Contact HD Entertainment today to see how we can add to your special day.

 

Wedding Shows – What to Expect

Wedding Shows – What to Expect

 

If you have never attended a wedding show, you likely have a few questions. We want to help ease your mind and answer your questions in detail. Wedding shows occur throughout the year and attract hundreds of brides-to-be. We want to help you make the most of it!

 

When should I attend a wedding show?

We recommend that a bride attend at least one show in the beginning stages of planning. Many vendors book quickly and require deposits to hold the date of the event, so the sooner the better! Wedding shows often change a bride’s mind about what she’s looking for. Maybe you’re dead-set on a princess-themed extravaganza but find that a classy, simplistic style is more attractive after seeing it in person. Seeing vendors and style options in person will help solidify your vision.

 

How long will it take?

Wedding shows tend to pack a lot of punch into one morning (or afternoon). Expect a show to last at least 3-4 hours. We recommend purchasing tickets online, if available. The line for tickets is one of the longest lines at the show. Things can also get pretty packed inside, depending on the venue. Be sure to arrive early for an opportunity to talk to vendors one-on-one. Also, be sure to eat a little something before you go as crowds tend to thicken near the sampling tables. Though it might be worth the wait because there’s usually a variety of samples available from the different caterers!

 

What will I see at the show?

The exhibitors will bring their very best products and services to each bridal show. From wedding dresses to photographers and DJs, there will be so many different types of vendors available to talk costs and package details! There will even be vendors you did not consider before such as tailors and people who preserve your bouquet. The exhibitors are also up to date on the latest wedding trends!

Specific to bridal gowns, many wedding shows put on a fashion show to highlight the newest styles and allow brides to get an idea of what they’re looking for. Photos are typically allowed (without flash), but be sure to get the designer name, too, if possible!

Another important offering to look for at bridal shows is same-day discounts! Many vendors offer “book now” discounts and giveaway opportunities that can help save you some money. So, it helps to be open-minded about booking that day.

 

What (or who) should I bring with me?

Bring whoever you feel most comfortable with and who will support your plan for the day. Your partner or a close friend or family member would be a good option. We recommend keeping your group small to minimize confusion and overwhelm.

Bring a pad of sticky notes and a pen to jot down your name, email address, phone number, and wedding date for any vendors who may need it. You’ll likely get a lot of information that day that you’ll want to remember. Use those sticky notes! Taking photos with your phone as you go through the show will also help you remember things later on.

To make the most of your time, try to plan ahead which vendors you’d like to see and in what order you’d like to see them. Create a short list of the things you need, your budget, and your vision for your wedding.

 

What should I wear to a bridal show?

Bridal shows do not typically have a dress code. Our biggest recommendation is to dress comfortably. Venues may require a lot of walking to see all exhibitors and it will take some time to see everything. A cute pair of white sneakers would be great for the bride-to-be!

 

Wedding shows are a great tool to help you create the best wedding experience. Take your time and do not rush through them. The best thing you can do in the planning process is to ask questions. Bridal shows are the best place to do so! Look for us at an upcoming show.

 

 

Hire a Wedding DJ in Harrisburg, PA

Hire a Wedding DJ in Harrisburg, PA

 

Inexpensive modern technology has opened up a new world in the past decade making it easy for anyone to market themselves as a DJ. However, there are many reasons why one should seek out an experienced professional wedding DJ including avoiding disaster on your big day. Here are a few things to look for when you hire a wedding DJ in Harrisburg, PA.

 

Skills

There’s so much more to being a wedding DJ than pushing the button to a preset track. A truly skilled and experienced DJ knows how to use the proper equipment. It takes experience to understand how to implement balance, equalizers and mixing. Add to that a knowledge of song selection and progression through the event and a DJ has their hands full. You probably wouldn’t know that, and that’s the way it should be. A DJ with great skills allows the music to move the crowd. Anything less is the perfect storm for a crash and burn at your event.

 

Wedding experience

Sure, you could get a family member to load up a few songs on their laptop and play some music. (Often those songs are not legally sourced, but that’s a whole other story!) The DJ not only plays the music but also serves as your event emcee. They keep the party flowing. A DJ with vast wedding experience will know the wedding reception trends and can help your reception flow smoothly.

 

Knowledge of music

The best and most experienced wedding DJs are essentially walking music libraries. They have an uncanny superpower of knowing almost every album and track that has ever been released. They take great pride in knowing what remixes. Why does this matter? Because they will know what music best fits your crowd. They can read the crowd, understand the music they react to, and tailor the song selection list to match their taste. This is an invaluable skill to keep your reception attendees engaged and having the time of their lives.

 

All about YOU

A great wedding DJ knows that wedding receptions are not cookie-cutter events. Whatever you have in mind, you should get, and a good DJ will accommodate your wishes. In saying that, if you have a potentially embarrassing idea, they will gently lead you in a different direction. The best wedding DJs will help navigate you through choices relative to reception flow, music, and working with your venue.

 

Are you looking for a trusted and award-winning DJ in Harrisburg, PA, for your upcoming wedding reception? HD Entertainment is that DJ! We serve the south-central PA and northern MD areas. Visit our website at hdentertainmentdj.com to learn how we can make your wedding epic!

 

Why Every Bride Should Attend a Bridal Show

Why Every Bride Should Attend a Bridal Show

Does wedding planning feel like it will never end? Does it scare you so much that you don’t even want to begin? While the process can be overwhelming, there are so many resources available to help ease the stress of planning and executing your big day. One of the most helpful resources available to new brides are bridal shows. These events incorporate vendors for every need from catering to DJs to florals and more. We hope by the end of this article you will want to sign up for your first bridal show (or second, third, and fourth)!

 

What to expect

Bridal shows are often held at event venues so they can fit a variety of vendors into one space. Expect to see an ocean of fabrics, flowers, lighting, and desserts. Each vendor is there to show off their best products/services for you to get an idea of how it could work for you and your big day. Take advantage of the convenience of having everything in one place by attending bridal shows in your area.

At many bridal shows, vendors are prepared to have you book and pay deposits to hold your spot, but don’t let that scare you. If you’re not at that point in planning you do not have to book anything until you’re sure it’s what you want. If you’re just there to window shop just let the vendors know you’re simply gathering information!

Benefits

One of the biggest reasons we recommend attending bridal shows is to get inspired and really dig into what options are available. Although many brides think they know exactly what they want, it may surprise themselves after seeing what’s out there. Vendors will showcase different styles and options available for their specific product or service. After all, every couple is different and they’ll be looking for different things for their wedding day.

Another benefit to attending bridal shows is to compare costs. Gathering pricing information can be overwhelming and confusing over the phone or online. Speaking directly to vendors about their wedding packages will give you an idea of what is offered and at what cost. Some bridal shows run competitions for attendees where prizes are awarded. Many times prizes include discounts on vendor services or bridal accessories for the big day. We know that weddings can get pricey, so being able to comparison shop will allow you to really get the most bang for your buck!

Finally, bridal shows are an opportunity for you to immerse yourself in the idea that you are a BRIDE. This is an exciting time that shouldn’t be overlooked! Enjoy the moment as everyone tries to help you have the best possible experience. Enjoy every taste test and floral arrangement coming your way because at the end of the day, your wedding is all about YOU (and your future groom, of course).

 

We hope to see you at an upcoming show! And when it comes to choosing the entertainment for your wedding, we hope you’ll check out some of the awesome packages at HD Entertainment.

 

Who to Invite to Your Pre-Wedding Festivities

Who to Invite to Your Pre-Wedding Festivities

 

If you’re reading this, you’re likely in the midst of planning a wedding. Congratulations! Planning your pre-wedding parties can be some of the more fun and less stressful tasks on the checklist. Be prepared to clear your schedule for the next few months! While the happy couple might not have too much say on all the festivities that happen before the wedding, there is one thing they are absolutely in charge of – the guest list.

 

From the engagement party to the rehearsal dinner, you’re going to have a different guest list for different events. No couple should feel pressured to have every single one of their wedding guests at every event, especially during a pandemic. However, there are traditions for who attends the different events. We have created a handy guide for soon-to-be-married couples as they navigate their guest lists for each of the pre-wedding parties.

 

Engagement Party

The engagement party, ahh! The first big celebration in honor of the recently engaged couple. Typically, a close friend or family member will take the lead in planning this exciting event. The guest list for an engagement party is usually rather small with only close friends and family from both sides. Sometimes, two engagement parties will be held if one side of the family wants to celebrate separately. While these events are ordinarily smaller, you would be surprised how big the guest list can get.

 

Keep in mind that anyone invited to your engagement party is likely expecting an invitation to the main event!

 

Wedding Shower

The wedding shower is normally the next event after the engagement party. For the couple, this is a fun and easy event! All you need to decide is the guest list and what you want to wear. Your wedding party and family members put on the show otherwise (in most cases). When planning your guest list, keep in mind it would be poor etiquette to invite someone who is not on your wedding guest list.

 

The majority of guests will include the couple’s wedding party, close friends, and family members. If both families have helped out with the planning of the shower, you can count on inviting both sides of the family too. If you are close with any of your partner’s friends coming to the wedding, it’s a nice gesture to invite them as well.

 

There are other people to consider too, like your partner. Traditionally, wedding showers have been all ladies. However, recently it’s become more common for the groom to make an appearance at the end. Others to consider are those who live out of town and your co-workers. While it is unlikely that out-of-towners will attend until the big day, it makes them feel loved and appreciated to have made the guest list for the other festivities too. As for your co-workers, if you are close enough to invite them to the wedding and hang out with them outside of work, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to put them on the guest list (even though they might already have one planned for you at work, bonus!).

 

Bachelorette/Bachelor Parties

The bachelorette and bachelor parties are somewhat obvious, as you will most definitely have all of your wedding party on the guest list. However, close friends and family members can join in the fun too. The guest list can become a headache, though, when you think about the mix of personalities going on a weekend (or longer) trip together. The guest list could also depend on the type of activities planned. It’s important to keep in mind not only to do what you are comfortable with, but also what your guests are comfortable with.

 

Rehearsal Dinner

Last but certainly not least, one of the most exciting activities of all, the rehearsal dinner! This is where your family and friends, and out-of-town guests, become better acquainted. The rehearsal dinner is not only meant to prepare the engaged couple for their big day, but to say thank you to everyone who has helped with the preparations and/or traveled miles to be with you. Ordinarily, family members of both parties, anyone participating in your ceremony, and their plus ones or significant others, and out-of-town guests receive the invite to a rehearsal dinner.

 

Of course, invitations are always up to the discretion of the couple. We’ve seen it done a thousand different ways! This is simply a guide and ultimately, it is entirely up to the couple. We wish you the best of luck in your planning! When it comes to choosing the entertainment for your wedding, we hope you choose to check out some of our awesome packages.

 

The “Real Cost” of a Wedding DJ

The “Real Cost” of a Wedding DJ

 

If you’re in the middle of planning a wedding, you know that the cost of essentials like decorations, catering, and entertainment varies by place and vendor. Of course, you don’t want to break the bank but you don’t want to have a “below average” wedding either by choosing the cheapest options.

The most important “big ticket” areas on which to focus your budget are the venue space, the alcohol and food catering, and the DJ. There are a ton of DJs in the Adams/York County area, so how do you choose? And how much do they cost?

The average cost of a wedding DJ in our area is $1,300. Realistically, you could see professional DJs charging anywhere between $800-$4,500 depending on the type of setup you wish to have for your guests (add-ons, lighting, photo booths, etc). We want to share with you the real cost of a wedding DJ because we don’t want you to blow your budget. Keep reading to find out what to expect from DJs at varying price points.

 

What Does a Wedding DJ Cost?

Time, money, and resources are what set apart a budget-friendly DJ from a full-time professional DJ. Professional DJs spend more time and put more money into their sets and equipment while more cost-friendly DJs may just use DJing on the side as an extra source of income. Here’s what various prices likely indicate when it comes to the expertise of the DJ:

 

Cost-Friendly DJ: Under $1000

There’s nothing wrong with checking the cheapest-priced DJs for certain events, but it might not be the right option for your wedding. Let’s face it, wedding receptions are mostly centered around the music and couples count on the DJ to act as an emcee to keep the ball rolling.

This price might make sense if you have a friend who is a DJ and she’s giving you her services at a discounted price as a wedding gift. Often wedding DJs in this price range are testing the waters and they might not have as much experience with weddings. Don’t forget that most venues require a business license and insurance, so be sure to see all documentation of this from a DJ.

 

Middle Ground DJ: $1,100- $1,500

The average cost of a wedding DJ in the U.S. is just between the prices above. In this bracket, DJs have slightly more experience, but more than likely are still DJing part-time. Since they probably have another full-time job, they might not have as much time to prepare for your wedding as someone who DJs full-time.

Keep in mind that all DJs have to start somewhere. You could find a stellar DJ in this category who is working on getting her name out there. Keep researching reviews and ask questions before signing any contracts.

 

“This is my career” DJ: $1,500- $4,500

There is a reason couples pay this much. From the hours the DJs put into preparing for a wedding to the wide range of services they offer, this is truly the full package. DJs in this price range are professionals, experienced, and committed to making sure the day meets your expectations.

This DJ will spend hours upon hours putting together music selections with your recommendations, answer questions thoroughly, and absolutely kill it as your emcee. They likely have all the venue’s favored and required qualifications, licenses, and insurance.

 

Additional Costs

The prices above are only a fraction of what you could end up paying if you are looking for additional things such as special lighting and photo booths. Be sure to compare DJ services and reviews to their prices before deciding if they fit your budget. We don’t recommend settling for the so-so DJ because you wanted the laser light show.

The costs above are only guidelines. Depending on where you live, prices differ. There are amateur DJs that overcharge and quality hidden gems who undercharge. It is important to do your research, interview DJs, and ask questions to figure out if one is your perfect match!

 

The “Real Cost” Isn’t in Dollars

The real cost of a quality DJ isn’t the number on the check you hand over once the contract is signed. A quality DJ costs what they are worth, but it’s what they are doing on the backend that separates an average DJ from a great one. There’s a lot of time, resources, and commitment that go into the preparation of professional DJs.

 

Time

Undeniably, a professional DJ will take 10-30 hours to prepare for a single wedding, whereas a hobbyist may only spend about 5 hours. She will take the time to get to know you and your soon-to-be spouse, to get a feel for who you are as individuals, and to learn about your music tastes. This interview process makes it much easier for a DJ to create a schedule and stay on track (every professional will do this).

 

Resources

DJs do much more than just throw together a mix of songs on a playlist. Experienced DJs know what equipment is the very best and set aside time to learn how to master it, as well as learn new techniques to mix music so there aren’t any awkward pauses between songs.

 

Loyalty

When you hire someone who DJs as a side gig, you are sharing time with the other priorities in his life. When something comes up with his full-time job while preparing for your big day, or worse ON your big day, which do you think he’ll choose – your wedding that’s a side gig or the day job that pays the majority of his bills? It’s a no-brainer to pay a bit more for a DJ that commits her time and energy to be present on your wedding day.

 

The Value vs The Price

We understand how important it is to set and stick to your wedding budget. It’s great to save a buck where you can, but when it comes to a DJ, don’t settle for less. After all, you are throwing the most important party of your life!

The cost of a DJ is only a piece of the puzzle. What is included in that number and what will the DJ provide for your special day? The “real cost” isn’t the numerical value, but the best value for your dollar.

 

HD Entertainment hosts a team of extremely talented professionals who are fun and love to bring special moments to life. There is no event too big or too small. Let us make your day magical. Contact us today to talk about your dream wedding.